Shell flags greening of its Singapore facilities as nation unveils CCS plans

Published 10:42 on November 23, 2021  /  Last updated at 14:51 on November 23, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, International, Other APAC  /  No Comments

Oil major Shell has announced that it will build a 50,000-tonne per year pyrolysis oil upgrader unit at its Singapore-based energy and chemicals park, one of several commitments made on Tuesday which will contribute to the company’s goal to slash its operational emissions globally in half by 2030.

Oil major Shell has announced that it will build a 50,000-tonne per year pyrolysis oil upgrader unit at its Singapore-based energy and chemicals park, one of several commitments made on Tuesday which will contribute to the company’s goal to slash its operational emissions globally in half by 2030.

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